Sagamie is a non-profit, artist run, printmaking space in Alma, Quebec, Canada offering services for the production of high end digital prints. The studio also exhibits work regularly and offers many residency opportunities for local and international artists.
Forth Estate is a studio in Brooklyn NY that produces editioned works by emerging artists using both traditional and technologically innovative approaches to printmaking. Forth Estate prints are in the collections of the New York Public Library, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Newark Public Library, and the Jundt Art Museum.
Electric Works is a studio in San Francisco, CA that produces digital prints for artists and collaborates with artists in a variety of mediums to produce editions (monoprint, dry point, polymer plate prints, woodcut & linocut).
Established in 1967 as the first open access studio in Edinburgh, Scotland UK, Edinburgh Printmakers (EP) is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary printmaking practice.
It achieves this by providing, maintaining and staffing an entrance free gallery and inexpensive, open access print studio, where artists and members of the public can use equipment and source technical expertise in order to develop their hands on printmaking skills.
Within its very cool looking 19th century warehouses, Cork Printmakers in Cork, Ireland offers professional printmaking facilities, artist residency programs, various educational opportunities and exhibitions. The studio supports over ninety artist members based in Ireland, the UK and America.
Aside from being a great center for art and cultural exhibitions, films and educational programs, Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) in Dundee, UK is also a center for making art. DCA provides a state of the art facility that supports printmaking, photography and digital imaging. The studio is open access for artists of all levels.
Kala Art Institue is an international workshop in Berkeley, CA. The studio facilities include a printshop which facilitates a variety of traditional and new print processes, as well as a digital media center and an exhibition gallery. Kala offers residency opportunities, various calls for entries and a great “artist-in-schools” program.
The Centre for Fine Print Research in Bristol, UK focuses on the development of quality fine print from a fine art and industrial perspective. The centre is committed to the dissemination of its research through education, training, professional practice, collaborative projects, conferences, and the publication of its research outcomes. Its facilities support a great range of mediums from screenprints and intaglio to ceramics 3D prints and laser cuts.
Proyecto’ace art center in Buenos Aires, Argentina balances the new and the old, seeking a unity among traditional graphic and printmaking techniques, experimental approaches and digital media. The studio offers various residency programs, internships, artist edition services, exhibitions and rental opportunities.